- George Washington and the Continental Army (People)
"I guarantee the great George Washington and his Continental Army indulged in this sort of behavior with the British Redcoats."
Plus ça change, plus c'est la même chose. Introducing his class for the semester, Dr. Kinny makes the point that war, and the methods of torturing the enemy, haven't really changed since the 18th century, when George Washington and his army was fighting against the British for the United States' independence. And given that good ol' George was the winner, his torture methods were probably superior to the other guys'.
- 3.02 "My Big Fat Greek Rush Week"